263. Memorandum From the Executive Director of the Council on International Economic Policy (Peterson)1


  • The Secretary of State
  • The Secretary of Treasury
  • The Secretary of Defense
  • The Secretary of Agriculture
  • The Secretary of Commerce
  • The Secretary of Labor
  • Ambassador-at-Large David M. Kennedy
  • The Director, Office of Management & Budget
  • The Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers
  • The Special Representative of Trade Negotiation
  • The Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs
  • The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs


  • Council on International Economic Policy Meeting Monday, January 3, 1972, 10:00 A.M.
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The President has directed that a meeting of the Council on International Economic Policy be held on Monday, January 3, in the Cabinet Room.

At this meeting, we shall review trade and investment legislative strategy for 1972; the overall legislative climate; the priorities of other domestic legislation as well as the possible relationship of this other domestic legislation to trade and investment legislation; progress on our work programs that might lead to legislation; and the various substantive and timing options we may have before us.

A review group session of the Council on International Economic Policy was held on this subject earlier this month.2

Prior to the meeting, an agenda discussing some of the issues and options will be sent to you.

The meeting will be convened at 10:00 A.M. and is expected to end at 11:00 A.M.

The President has directed that, in his absence,3 Secretary Rogers should chair the meeting.

  1. Source: Washington National Records Center, Department of the Treasury, Files of Under Secretary Volcker: FRC 56 79 A 15, National Advisory Committee. No classification marking.
  2. December 10.
  3. The President was scheduled to be in San Clemente to prepare for the Summit with Prime Minister Sato.